Tobias Gebäck

Forskare at Chalmers, Mathematical Sciences, Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Tobias Gebäck is Associate Professor in applied Mathematics, affiliated to the SuMo Biomaterials research center. He is conducting research on mathematical modeling and numerical methods, with applications focusing on mass transport in soft, porous materials. The goal is to design new materials for controlling the release of medical substances in the body and new materials for diapers and other absorbing products, to name a few possibilities. Tobias Gebäck also conducts research in mathematical modeling of charged particle transport, relevant for radiation treatment of cancer tumours.

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Showing 22 publications

2017

Lattice Boltzmann simulations of diffusion through native and steam-exploded softwood bordered pits

Patric Kvist, Adam Therning, Tobias Gebäck et al
Wood Science and Technology. Vol. 51 (6), p. 1261-1276
Journal article
2017

Interconnectivity imaged in three dimensions: Nano-particulate silica-hydrogel structure revealed using electron tomography

Charlotte Hamngren Blomqvist, Tobias Gebäck, A. Altskär et al
Micron. Vol. 100, p. 91-105
Journal article
2017

Dynamics of capillary transport in semi-solid channels

Johanna Andersson, Anna Ström, Tobias Gebäck et al
Soft Matter. Vol. 13 (14), p. 2562-2570
Journal article
2016

Interplay between flow and diffusion in capillary alginate hydrogels

Erich Schuster, Kristin Sott, Anna Ström et al
Soft Matter. Vol. 12 (17), p. 3897-3907
Journal article
2016

Computational high-throughput screening of fluid permeability in heterogeneous fiber materials

Magnus Röding, Erich Schuster, Katarina Logg et al
Soft Matter. Vol. 12 (29), p. 6293-6299
Journal article
2016

The impact of interfaces in laminated packaging on transport of carboxylic acids

Sofie Gårdebjer, Tobias Gebäck, Thorbjörn Andersson et al
Journal of Membrane Science. Vol. 518, p. 305-312
Journal article
2016

Monitoring Dynamic Moisture Gradients in Wood using Inserted Relative Humidity and Temperature Sensors

Charlotta Bylund Melin, Tobias Gebäck, Alexey Geynts et al
e-Preservation Science. Vol. 13, p. 7-14
Journal article
2015

Investigation of the Effect of the Tortuous Pore Structure on Water Diffusion through a Polymer Film Using Lattice Boltzmann Simulations

Tobias Gebäck, M. Marucci, Catherine Boissier et al
Journal of Physical Chemistry B. Vol. 119 (16), p. 5220-5227
Journal article
2015

Pore size effects on convective flow and diffusion through nanoporous silica gels

Charlotte Hamngren Blomqvist, Christoffer Abrahamsson, Tobias Gebäck et al
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects. Vol. 484, p. 288-296
Journal article
2014

Probe diffusion in phase-separated bicontinuous biopolymer gels

Sophia Wassén, Romain Bordes, Tobias Gebäck et al
Soft Matter. Vol. 10 (41), p. 8276-8287
Journal article
2014

Fluid volume kinetics of dilutional hyponatremia; a shock syndrome revisited

R.G. Hahn, Tobias Gebäck
Clinics. Vol. 69 (2), p. 120-127
Journal article
2014

A Lattice Boltzmann Method for the Advection-Diffusion Equation with Neumann Boundary Conditions

Tobias Gebäck, Alexey Geynts
Communications in Computational Physics. Vol. 15 (2), p. 487-505
Journal article
2013

MicroPIV methodology using model systems for flow studies in heterogeneous biopolymer gel microstructures

Kristin Sott, Tobias Gebäck, Maria Pihl et al
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. Vol. 398 (15 May 2013), p. 262-269
Journal article
2013

Interactions between the volume effects of hydroxyethyl starch 130/0.4 and Ringer´s acetate

R.G. Hahn, Christian Bergek, Tobias Gebäck et al
Critical Care. Vol. 17 (3), p. Art. no. R104-
Journal article
2012

Spherical Harmonics and a Semidiscrete Finite Element Approximation for the Transport Equation

Mohammad Asadzadeh, Tobias Gebäck
Transport Theory and Statistical Physics. Vol. 41 (1-2), p. 53-70
Journal article
2012

Analytical Solutions for the Pencil-Beam Equation with Energy Loss and Straggling

Tobias Gebäck, Mohammad Asadzadeh
Transport Theory and Statistical Physics. Vol. 41 (5-6), p. 325-336
Journal article
2010

ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE AND THE CONTRIBUTION OF BIODIVERSITY TO ECOSYSTEM ADAPTATION

M. Bezabih, Tobias Gebäck
Natural Resource Modelling. Vol. 23 (2), p. 253-284
Journal article
2005

On Some Problems in Systems Biology and Geometric Flows

Tobias Gebäck
Licentiate thesis

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2017–2018

CoSiMa - Concept for industrial development of the bio-based soft materials of the future

Tobias Gebäck Applied Mathematics and Statistics
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